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Page 26 Wednesday, May 9, 2012 The Adams County Record I From Garden Let ribs mark tfm return to Kitchen of grilling season Grillmasters relish the return of be deterred by cold weather, but many warm weather, which not only sig- people put the grill away at the onset nals the return of sunny skies, but of winter and anxiously await their also marks the return of grilling sea- first opportunity to fire up the grill son. Devoted grfllmasters might not once winter has finally ended. This grilling season, get things off on the right foot with the following recipe for "Thai Sweet & Sour Ribs" from Eric Treuille and Birgit Erath's "Grilling" (DK Publishing). Thai Sweet & Sour Ribs Serves 4 4 1 2 1 1 1/2 lagredients pounds pork spareribs 2 red onion, finely chopped 1/4 garlic cloves, crushed 1/4 tablespoon grated fresh ginger 2 tablespoon peanut oil 1/3 cup pineapple juice Separate ribs by slicing the bones with a large knife or cleaver. Simmer separated ribs in [arge pan of salted water until just tender, about 30 min- utes. Drain. Rinse under cold running water and rinse again. Let cool completely. Place onion, garlic, ginger, and oil in a small tablespoons fish sauce cup tomato paste cup fresh lime juice tablespoons honey cup Thai sweet chili sauce pan. Stir fry over medium heat until softened, about 5 to 10 minutes. Add pineapple juice, fish sauce, tomato paste, lime juice, honey and 2 tablespoons sweet chili sauce. Bring to a boil. Simmer gently until thick, 10 minutes. Let cool completely. Brush the sweet and sour mix- Know and Polling Place- Party- Ballot Choice IDAHO PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 15, 2012 > OFFICIAL NOTICE State Law and Political Party Rules Have Changed The Republican Pdmary Election is open to registered Republicans only. The Democratic Primary Election is open to registered Democrats, members of other parties and unaffiliated voters. Unaffiliated voters, voters not registered with. a party, may remain unaffiliated or select a party at their polling place on Election Day. All voters may vote the Non-Partisan Ballot including Judicial offices, bond and levy elections and local measures. Check your polling place on idahovotes.gov. Some polls have changed due to redistricting. www.idahovotes.gov For Official Voting Information and party registration forms visit idahovotes.gov or contact your County Clerk. Party registration and ballot choice are public record. All Ballots and Polls are accessible - Bring your ID. Sponsored by the Idaho Secretary of State idahovotes.gov 0. ture over the ribs. Grill according to instructions below, basting with the remaining chili sauce throughout, Serve hot. When using a n outdoor grill: Grill over medium-hot coals, turn- ing frequently and basting, until brown and crusty, 15 minutes. When using a broiler:. Preheat broiler. Broil, removing from under the broiler every 5 minutes-to baste, until brown and crusty, 15 min- utes. Think ahead: Precook the ribs up to 1 day in advance. Cool completely. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Make glaze up to 1 day in advance. Cover and refrigerate. Note: Precook the ribs in simmering water to remove the layer of outer fat. This not only pre- vents flare-ups during cooking, but also allows the rib meat to stay tender and juicy inside and crispy on the outside. Last week the wrong photo got inserted with the story of McCabe Robert's award for going beyond the call of duty and saving a woman's life. This is the picture that was supposed to accompany the story. It shows Mayor Bruce Gardner presenting the plaque to Roberts. Robin James "1 bring skills, experience, training and leadership to the office of Adams County Assessor." A VOTE FOR 10 years of experience in the Assessor's Ofhce " State Certified Ad-Valorem Appraiser since 2005 Appointed Adams County Assessor March 2012 by the Adams County Board of Commissioners Strong work ethics Experience working with State and local ofhcials Knowledge of mapping, deed processing, motor vehicles, appraisal, valuation development and state statutes " Desire to continue serving and representing Adams County taxpayers ROBIN JAMES IS A VOTE FOR KNOWLEDGEABLE, FRIENDLY. LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVE PARTICIPATION FOR ADAMS COUNTY ASSESSOR. PAID FOR BY CANPAIGN FUND TO ELECT ROBIN JAMES FOR ASSESSOR, ROBIN JAMES TREASURER